PRESS RELEASE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE "THE WHITE WORLD'S, juni 2006
Moscow, June 8-10, 2006
Based on the initiative of the Russian international magazine ATHENAEUM and the Russian EUROPEAN SYNERGY Centre, an international conference, "THE WHITE WORLD'S FUTURE", was held in Moscow, June 8 – 10, 2006. The conference had both scientific and practical natures and was dedicated to the common roots, traditions and contemporary problems faced by the White world, and their possible solutions.
The conference was held at the assembly hall of the International Fund for Slavic Literature and Culture (Chernigovsky Pereulok, 9/13), according to the rules of accreditation declared in advance. The conference was coordinated and hosted by Pavel Tulaev. In two days, the following reports were delivered:
June 8, 2006
1. "Requiem or Reconquista?" by Anatoly Ivanov (Russia).
2. "From Geopolitics to Ethnopolitics. New Notion of
Eurosiberia: The Main Historical Role of Russia" by Guillaume Faye
3. "Strategy for the New Culture" by Pierre Krebs (Germany).
4. "North-South Struggle: The Clash of Civilizations" by Pierre
5. "Hygiene of the European Thought" by Vladimir Avdeyev
6. "The White World and Mondialization" by Jose Maria Alvarez
7. "Our Fight for Our Race and Our Future" by David Duke (USA).
June 9, 2006
1. "Our Future State according to the Indo-European Traditions"
by Jan-Ber Tillenon (Bretagne).
2. "Native Faith in the New Renaissance: Its Place and Role" by
Galyna Lozko (Ukraine).
3. "ARMA – for Aryan Identity and Racial Spirit" by Eleftherios
4. "European Heritage and Uncertain Future" by Enrique Ravello
5. "The Danger of Turkish Mass Immigration and Turkey's
Membership in the EU" by Gerhoch Reisegger (Austria).
6. "White Eurasia: Biopolitics versus Geopolitics" by Constantin
von Hoffmeister (Germany).
7. "Europe and Russia in the Context of World War IV" by Pavel
The delegates who were to be present but could not attend for various
reasons had authorized their representatives to deliver their
1. "Towards a New Renaissance: Humanism, Spirituality and the
Future" by Barbara Krieger (Poland)
2. "New Paleolith as a Future for Europe" by Silvano Lorenzoni
3. "Why do We oppose NATO?" by Robert Steuckers (Belgium).
4. "Metapolitical Front of the White Movement" by Anton Rachev
Friendly greetings of the following prominent and respective people
have been heard: salutary speech of Alexander Sevastianov, the leader
of NDPR; salutary speech of Alexander Ivanov, the leader of NNP
(delivered by Alexey Shiropayev); salutary speeches by Vladimir
Ivanov, Alexander Rudakov, Yury Ivanov, Valery Milovanov and others.
The host has also familiarized the audience with salutations from
Alongside speeches, new publications by the delegates have been
introduced, as well as new editions of the "Athenaeum" and "SLAVA"
On June 9, at the House of Slavic Music (Taganskaya, 40), a
ceremonial evening party took place in which the delegates, alongside
our friends and numerous guests, took part. It opened with a concert
of classical and modern music performed by the Russian National
Academic Orchestra "Boyan", directed by the national artist of Russia
and the USSR, Professor Anatoly Poletayev. The vocal turns were
performed by the soloists Kuliushkina, Krylov and Ermakova. Great
musical compositions of European classical composers, such as Glinka,
Grieg, Strauss, Chaikovsky and Rachmaninov, as well as patriotic
anthems by Anatoly Poletayev, were welcomed with cheers.
Right after the concert, the delegates were invited onto the stage
and had a chance to address the audience with brief salutary
speeches. The delegates spoke about the importance of White unity in
the modern world. After the salutary speeches, a dinner party took
An excursion to the Tretyakov Gallery was organized for the delegates
on June 10, 2006 to acquaint the guests with masterpieces of Russian
art. As a conclusion, the delegates visited the museum of Konstantin
Vasiliev, where they were welcomed by Anatoly Doronin.
The same night at the museum, the final meeting of twelve of the
delegates took place, during which the achievements of the conference
were summed up. Each of the delegates had a chance to speak in a
circle, to give one's view on ideological and practical points, to
subject some of the points to criticism or to offer assistance. As a
conclusion of this discussion (led by Pavel Tulaev), it has been
to consider the WWF Conference, that has become an historical
event, to be accomplished successfully.
to publish the reports of the delegates and other relevant
information, both in the source languages and translated into
to hold the White Forum annually and to organize the next
conference in one of the Slavic countries.
to invite the delegates, that could not come to Moscow in
June 2006, to a seminar of Athenaeum in the Crimea (September 2006).
to study possible options of opening an international school
for young people.
to establish contacts and interchange of information via the
Internet and to create a system of Web sites.
A discussion of the final declaration of the conference, prepared by Anatoly Ivanov in Russian and French, also took place. After the discussion, the final declaration, in which the necessity of collaboration and creating a new international union is proclaimed, was signed by: Anatoly Ivanov (Russia), Vladimir Avdeyev (Russia), Pavel Tulaev (Russia), Galyna Lozko (Ukraine), Pierre Vial (France), Guillaume Faye (France), Jan-Ber Tillenon (Bretagne), Pierre Krebs (Germany), Constantin von Hoffmeister (Germany), Enrique Ravello (Spain), Eleftherios Ballas (Greece).
The declaration will be published in the press, as well as on the Web site of Athenaeum, right after its translation into the primary European languages.
The face of Athena, the common European goddess of wisdom and just war, has been selected as a symbol of our union. A slogan, "WHITES OF THE WORLD – UNITE!", has been selected as a motto.
The organizers want to thank all the participants of the conference,
as well as those who rendered assistance.
Press Release prepared by the Organizing Committee in Moscow, June
Translated by Maxim Kalt, June 15, 2006 ©